May 10, 2004

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Bozo criminal for today gets extra credit for originality. From Kansas City, Missouri comes the story of bozo Wesley Fitzgerald who was on parole for several offenses and was required to meet with his parole officer weekly. Apparently, this was just too often for Wesley, so he hatched a bozo scheme. He applied for and was granted a temporary restraining order against a woman he claimed was stalking him. That woman was his parole officer. When he showed up at a hearing to make the restraining order permanent, the judge put two and two together and realized what was going on. He won’t have to worry about seeing her for a while. He’s back in jail.